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Rev. J. Edward Nash Sr. House

Rev. J. Edward Nash Sr. House
Rev. J. Edward Nash Sr. House, December 2009
Rev. J. Edward Nash Sr. House
Location 36 Nash St., Buffalo, New York
Coordinates

42°53′9″N 78°52′1″W / 42.88583°N 78.86694°W / 42.88583; -78.86694Coordinates: 42°53′9″N 78°52′1″W / 42.88583°N 78.86694°W / 42.88583; -78.86694

Area 0.1 acres (0.040 ha)
Architectural style Queen Anne
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 06001210[1]
Added to NRHP January 4, 2007

Rev. J. Edward Nash Sr. House is a historic home located at Buffalo in Erie County, New York. The house was constructed in 1892 and is in the Queen Anne style. It was home to Rev. J. Edward Nash Sr. (1868–1957), a prominent leader in Buffalo's African American community. He served as pastor at the Michigan Avenue Baptist Church from 1892 to 1953. Rev. Nash purchased the frame, two flat home in 1925 and his wife remained in the home until 1987. The house underwent exterior restoration in 2002-2003 and has been designated the Nash House Museum.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.[1]

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External links

  • Celebrate African American History Month 2005--A National Register of Historic Places Feature
  • Nash, Rev. J. Edward, Sr., House - U.S. National Register of Historic Places on Waymarking.com
  • J. Edward Nash History website
  • History - Nash House Museum website


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